louisethebaker:

this has nothing to do with anything. I just can’t stop watching

louisethebaker:

this has nothing to do with anything. I just can’t stop watching

echophon:

Phyllotaxis Nucleus

echophon:

Phyllotaxis Nucleus

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bublog:

You will be missed here on Earth. See you in space soon, old friend.
Nanu Nanu,
Lil BUB

bublog:

You will be missed here on Earth. See you in space soon, old friend.

Nanu Nanu,

Lil BUB

asylum-art:

Deborah Simon’s Incredibly Realistic Sculptures Reveal Internal Systems Of Bears

Deborah Simon sculpts anatomically correct bears out of polymer clay, faux fur, linen, embroidery floss, acrylic paint, glass, wire and foam. Aside from their size (around 22″ high), Simon’s bears are realistically detailed and meticulously fabricated. Her inside-out bears tread the boundaries of taxidermy, toy, and sculpture.

“Evolution has always held a particular fascination for me, informing how I create and group the animals in my work. As I’ve read and dug through museum collections to research my pieces, western science’s mania for labeling, codifying and collecting has stood out. Most of this categorizing bears little resemblance to how animals and plants exist out in the natural world and I find this disconnect fascinating.

 

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sashastergiou:

First solo showing was the Portland Art Museum, 1933.Rothko

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trekual-innuendos:

Complimenting an artistic friend’s work

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un-gif-dans-ta-gueule:

Pong

mymodernmet:

New Hampshire-based artist Megan Bogonovich creates whimsical ceramic sculptures filled with fairytale-like delights and peculiarities. Like Alice tumbling headfirst into the rabbit hole to Wonderland, the stars of Bogonovich’s pastel-colored pieces appear to be eagerly embarking on their own fantastical journeys.

theclearlydope:

The 90’s were tough, man. 

iworkatapubliclibrary:

I work in a library on an Army post, where we recently unearthed this old paper patron record from decades ago. 

iworkatapubliclibrary:

I work in a library on an Army post, where we recently unearthed this old paper patron record from decades ago. 

mausspace:

weirdtrip:

he looks so pleased

"oh look. look at this apple. it me"

horf horf horf

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